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Event: BioNike Defence B-Lucent Range

Last month, I was invited to the official launch of BioNike's B-Lucent range at The Spa-Lon - located at Chijmes. It was a small event exclusively for bloggers and I'm glad I got selected to be part of it! Chairs and sofas were arranged in such a way that we could interact with one another before the presentation for BioNike's brand philosophy and its products start. Also, the staffs at The Spa Lon were friendly and took the initiative to ask each and every blogger whether they need a drink and served them up in a tray!

Before this event, I haven't actually come across this brand: Bionike. Surprisingly it has already been in Singapore market for more than 5 years! Let me tell you more about their brand: BioNike is an Italian skincare brand created in the 1960s. Their products are based on a "allergen-free philosophy", which means the products contain no preservatives, no fragrances, no gluten and are nickel tested. In other words, these products are suitable even for those with sensitive skin as nickel, preservatives and fragrances are known to cause skin irritation and other allergies.

Another great news is that BioNike is slowly expanding their market this year, which is one of the reasons they held the very first blogger event, so for those with sensitive skin and has been trying to look for a suitable product, do remember to give a try ;)

Back to the event, here are some pictures of the product range that was introduced at the event. This range is a solution for dark spots and hyper-pigmentation.
BioNike Defence B-Lucent Range
1. Defence B-Lucent Day Peeling (Facial Cleanser)
2. Defence B-Lucent Skin-Evening Concentrate (Intensive treatment)
3. Defence B-Lucent Skin-Evening Face Cream SPF15 (Hydration and Protection)
4. Defence B-Lucent Skin-Evening Hands Cream SPF20 (Hydration and Protection)
5. Defence B-Lucent Roll-on Focus (Intensive treatment)
(only 1-4 shown in image above)

The range of products were passed around for us to sample during the presentation. The first thing I did was to smell the products. Even though the products contain no fragrance, the natural ingredients used in them does produce a slight pleasant scent which is same throughout the range. As most of the products are meant for face, I can't really comment on them. I do like the hand cream though, it's non-sticky and absorbed well into my skin, keeping it moisturized.
 For more information on BioNike's B-Lucent range, please click here.

Each of us were give a cupcake from Twelve Cupcakes and 2 cookies. I chose red velvet, have always been curious how this taste. It was kinda disappointing actually, to me it tasted just like a normal cupcake and the cream had a hint of sour cream which I dislike. The only thing I like would be the small heart deco at the top of the cupcake :/
Overall the event was enjoyable and I learnt more not only about the product range but also using of skincare products in general. Everyone left the place with a pink gift box containing 2 products from BioNike's Defence B-Lucent range. I will be reviewing them soon :)

Meanwhile, do visit BioNike's website & Facebook page!
They're starting a sample giveaway in a few days time :)
Giveaway has started, limited to the first 500, do join now!
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